Tribeca Teaches® Teaching Artist Produces ‘March on Washington Film Festival’ Winner

This year 79 films were submitted in response to March on Washington Film Festival’s question, “What’s your civil right?”

Submissions Now Open for Part Two of TFI Interactive Co/Lab

During the upcoming lab, participants will work in teams to turn the stories into immersive experiences using interactive technology.

The 2016 Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund Grantees Are Announced!

$150,000 to be Awarded to Documentaries that Highlight and Humanize Global Social Issues, and AOL Charitable Foundation Awards Given to Projects that Showcase Women’s Impact Around the World

Bringing ‘A Bronx Princess’ to Otisville Prison

Tribeca Film Institute staff go to Otisville Prison for a screening of Musa Syeed's documentary A BRONX PRINCESS. 

The Camden/TFI Retreat Recap!

Five documentary filmmaking teams escape to Camden Maine with Camden International Film Festival, CNN Films, and Tribeca Film Institute for a week of mentorship. 

Save the Date - Tribeca Film Institute Grant Openings & Deadlines

Dates for submission deadlines for independent film funding throughout the rest of the year. 

Virtual Reality Arrives at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival

What happens when virtual reality creators seek to bring human rights issues to light? Human Rights Watch Film Festival explores this question with TFI grantee VR project 6x9 and more. 

Bringing HBO Documentary ‘Southern Rites’ to Otisville Prison

A group of Tribeca Film Institute (TFI) staff members accompanied Vee Bravo our VP, Education Programs, to Otisville Prison for a screening of Gillian Laub’s HBO documentary SOUTHERN RITES.